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Herzog & de Meuron's Nearly Sold Out 56 Leonard Gets Glass

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Herzog & de Meuron's wildly successful Tribeca tower at 56 Leonard whose design appears to take a serious cue from the stacked-block game Jenga (let's hope this guy doesn't totter over) is moving towards completion and being 100-percent sold out. Just two penthouses remain in the 145-apartment, 60-story building: the $17.75 million #PH52B, which somewhat surprisingly got a $1.25 million price boost after some 500 days on the market, and the $34.5 million #PH58, which also got a $1.5 million boost. Meanwhile, the rest of the building's apartments are in contract at an average of $3,333-per-square-foot according to StreetEasy and the stacked-floor tower has started to get its uber-reflective glass.

The building is expected to be complete in 2015.
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56 Leonard St

56 Leonard Street, Manhattan, NY 10013